Pastor Sabra Johnson is not only a skilled preacher and motivational speaker, but his is also a well-versed lover of words and published author. His first literary work, The Divine Extinguisher was completed in 1999. Under this title he shared the story of his tragic burn accident and how God’s grace was sufficient. During a ministry sabbatical from 2008-2011 Pastor Sabra worked on the manuscript for Vision-Driven detailing the journey of realizing a dream God placed inside your heart and the steps to persevere through challenges to bring that dream to fruition.
In 2012, Pastor Sabra released Born to Succeed, an inspirational book for those looking to find direction to build a successful life. In 2013, he released two devotionals: 40 Miracles A Daily Devotional and 40 Days of Miracles for Teens. These devotionals take in-depth looks into the biblical scriptures and apply these teachings to real-life applications. 2014 marked the release of Name Your It a motivational book designed to build your faith to move mountains and achieve the impossible. Currently, Pastor Sabra is working on a new book focusing on God’s definition of the perfect man and woman. This book is due to be released this year under the tentative title A Proverbs Woman and A Job 29 Man. With each book and publication, Pastor Sabra Johnson is working to reach the masses with a story of hope. He wishes to inspire others to trust in God because through His grace we can achieve our heart’s desire. In addition to his published works, Pastor Sabra has an online blog full of testimonies, inspirational stories, and motivational thoughts.
Today, Pastor Sabra has developed a reputation across the country as a powerful life application teacher. His ability to teach the word of God through practical precepts and principles sets him apart from other speakers. During his many years as a pastor and evangelist, Pastor Sabra has met countless people, each with their story of hardship and pain, followed by their testimony of hope and salvation. Whether he was preaching at the pulpit, in a stadium, hospital, or even street corner, Pastor Sabra spoke from his heart and followed the lead of the Holy Spirit. To this day, as pastor of City of Faith Church, he does not use a manuscript. Pastor Sabra can be found at each sermon with a bible in his hand, speaking freely with the intent to inspire his congregation and preach God’s ever living word.